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Military History

Kentucky has an extensive and fascinating military history, with stories told through old battlefields, antebellum structures and historic sites. You can explore what life was like in Kentucky during the Civil War, visit monuments dedicated to America’s heroes or visit museums full of military artifacts. See battlegrounds around the state where Revolutionary War soldiers did battle and Union and Confederate forces clashed.

The Bluegrass State is the perfect place for military and history buffs to take a step back in time and experience the places and events of Kentucky during the Civil War, Revolutionary War and other conflicts. Plan your military history trip to Kentucky now!

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Northern Kentucky River Region Louisville, KY
Every Day is Derby Day....ONLY at the Kentucky Derby Museum. The Kentucky Derby Museum is one of the premiere attractions in the Louisville region, celebrating the traditi...
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Kentuckys Southern Shorelines Bowling Green, KY
There's Only One...Lost River Cave. Lost River Cave offers Kentucky's Only Underground Boat Tour • Butterfly Habitat (Seasonal) • Scenic Nature Trails • K...
Northern Kentucky River Region Louisville, KY
You'll hop on a SUV-pulled tram and be joined by a MEGA Cavern expert who will guide your adventure. It's a 60-70 minute tour, strategically lit to enjoy highlights such as: E...
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Bourbon, Horses & History Lexington, KY
Discover America's most fascinating first lady during a visit to her girlhood home! Sophisticated and educated, Mary Lincoln was versed in politics and dedicated to her hus...
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Northern Kentucky River Region Louisville, KY
From crafted public bourbon tours to fully-customized experiences, Mint Julep Tours is Kentucky’s premier tour company for the Kentucky Bourbon Trail®, legendary hor...
Northern Kentucky River Region Bardstown, KY
We’re not just any small town. We’re the most beautiful small town in America, according to Rand McNally and USA Today.   Step back in time and immerse yo...
Northern Kentucky River Region Elizabethtown, KY
Established in 1806. Cemetery Hill is the home of many Confederate Soldiers who died in the Civil War. Historians, along with members of General Ben Hardin Helm Camp #1703...
Northern Kentucky River Region Elizabethtown, KY
The Elizabethtown Nature Park has 104-acres of gently rolling former pastureland. Freeman Creek meanders through the park as it flows to the City's largest lake, Freeman Lake....
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